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in the western(ised) world?
I think it's probably this:
western = teh interwebz from now on
gotta be Happy Birthday really.
but this is good anyway:
It's the opening 6 notes to the second movement of Beethovens 9th Symphony
If it's any Beethoven, it's his 5th.
Funny video too....
The Imperial Death March by John Williams.
Everyone knows what it is inside five seconds.
something a bit more Austrian?
This is putting me in the mood to listen to loads of classical. But it's 1:05am and i'm exhausted.
'dick hang lo' by 5 seconds in, at least, they would if i was in charge of the west
ba ba ba berrrmmmm
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These cunts are as bad as the blacks ! .. waste of fucking space.
THE dullest youtube video ever! what a hit with the ladies that guy must be... i'll bet he has lots of pens in his top pocket.
I mean this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsU3B0W3TMs&feature=related
oh no he didnt!
Yes, NT is before 98, I researched it online. Most videos have 98 before NT. THIS IS THE ONLY ACCURATE START-UP SOUNDS VIDEO PEOPLE!
that's by Brian Eno?
earthworm jim for the megadrive!
you still recognised it!
I loved that game.
valentine also plays this to unlock a door in resident evil 3
is the one I thought of as soon as I read this thread. If it's not the most recognisable, it's certainly in the top ten.
It's the generic mobile ringtone
chuck in the Bond Theme if no-one has already. I can't view yoochoob at work.
I think that's why I suggested it above.
However, are you sure it was the most *recognisable* piece of music they stated on QI, and not simply the most heard ?
truely madly deeply
greatest song ever
Sure, not everyone knows exactly what it is, but they know they know it from somewhere...
The chord sequence has been used countless times over the centuries as it is scientifically proven to be constructed from 100% purest win.
/ the alphabet song